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nbllihed Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu.
T. H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE It. FAHR1NOTON.. Editor
Entered at the Postoltlco at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, any where In U. S . $ - "6
Per quarter anywhere In U. S.. 2.UV
Per year. an where In U 8 800
Per ear, postpaid, foreign 1100
Elx month I of
Per ) ear an) whore In U S .... 100
Per year postpaid, foreign .. 130
Fostofflce Box ..718
U (It SI 21 l'.'O.
Revival of the it to Mitigate will
he the signal foi n flood r inornl IK
Mission of Iminorillt thai will Keep
Legislatures anil mints mid thnnh's
busy for months.
The Fifth District s discussion ot
platform necessities will he awaited
with no little Interest li all pait
workers The Klfth ns the i enter uf
part) radicals will furnish plentj of
food for thought m.iteilal th.it it Is
well to thresh out that the lonvcntlon
may be able to strike a happ) medium
as nearl satisfactory to i.tdlc-aW nnd
conservatives as It Is possible foi a
political bod to accomplish.
Venezuela's chief mission on earth
these da)s seems to he to stir up strife
for foreign nations to step In and set
tle Should thf United Slates and Oer
nun) fail to reach a serious mlsunder
ktandlng oer the South Ameilcan m
publics In gentral it will not be th
fault ofthe hot heads of that seitlo.l
of the wdSdd who aie never happ.v un
less embroiltd In some sort of a ieo
lullonar) movement which itspeits
neither forelgneis noi fortlgu iepi
sentatlvi. Delegate. Wilcox has stalled on hi
tour of Hawaii When the ilie le of tha
BIS Island Is inmplited he will have
made n preliminary lanvass of the
whole Territory before the Hi publi
cans have even started lu The cool
reetption Wilcox lias nut In man) ot
his former strongholds Is hrattfvlng to
the, Hi puhlli aiis lull It launol be th
nled that In actual political work heliai
gained an advantage that will require
a vir) vigorous effort to uiuuieract
The Republican pait) has a good sized
tusk on Its hands whlih does not al
low of an) half heaiU'd measures or
Politicians ma) howl heiaiise llie)
mpi I in political lupltal and tin
nntl-iniperlalit ma) hold up llieir
hands In hoi) honor uvei tin leionl
of Cen Smith who nientl) if (tuned
from his tour of dut) In the Philippines
onl) to And that his servlies were no
longer nieiloil, but eventual!) vl.l
eome In evldeiue a sentiment that (Jen
Smith has Ixen the vlillm of rank In
justice, ns Justlie goes In time of wur
At best, vvm Is lull, and tin piople who
helleve suciissful subjugation of sav
age rates tan be cccompllslH d b) inoial
illusion have )ct to offei ivumplis to
support thtlr lonvlitlon
Shirlff I'liirson, the man who left a
.Mithodlst pulpit to take up the tusk
of enforilng the Maine piolilbltlou law,
is dead Pcaison undoubtedl sairlll
ced sevcrjl eais of his life thiougn
hit, strumous efToit to prove that pro
hibition can piohlblt He lud not beta
In olllie thrte months hulore he had
the respeUable Illicit liquor dealers on
the run and during the last 5 ear of his
offkidl servlie his county was as iom
pktel tree from traffic In Intoxicating
liquors as It Is possible to make any
portion of the I'lilled Stutes In thU
da) and genuatlon. Peaison maibi
prohibition prohibit, with the law on
his side and public, sentiment which
created the law against him Pearson
did his dut undei the law he had
sworn to enforce Had hi lived he
would not have been reeled! d to olllce
bicause the people whot.e votes made
the law possible do not want It in
toned The) pilfer to have It lemaln
ag a sort of conscience monument.
IJI'PnCTlVH TREE PLANTING.
Die Pennsylvania LcBlslntuio has
passid a law to promote the planting
of shade liees on public muds which
might he adapted 10 this Turltory
with very little dllllcult). It provides
that any one who Is lluble fin toad tai
who shall transplant to the side of tun
public hlgliwj) ou his own piimlsis
any fruit, shade 01 forest lite of njlt
iible size shall be allowed by the toad
biipervlsois lu abatement of his road
tax $t for ever) two trees kit out.
The Indigenous tiecs. uie speilflid In
the ail which dliecls the spate to bo
allow ul for each. '1 he roadH to which
the act applies must run thiough or
udjoln itiKlvuted fields. Tiecs growing
naturally by the side of stub loads
Khali be allowed fur at the same rate.
The act further provides that auy
person who destro)s or Injures IhJ
trees thus planted, or who carelessly
permits a horse driven by him or for
him to Injure said trees, shall be sub
ject to a penalty not exceeding $. for
ever) tree killed or Injured. The ait
Is much In advance of any previous
i'cnnslvan!a legislation on the suh
lect. It received the approval of tlitue
who are Interested In forestry. The aft
requires the township supervisors to
keep a permanent record of the trees
planted, for which the tax abatement is
Reforesting and planting tues in this
ill) and the outside district has ever
been one of the tophi for locnl djs
cusslon nlvvavs slated among the
things that ought to be done And with
f( w exceptions It Is one of the things
slighted with icniarkahle regularlt)
I he government lakes a hand ocui
rIciimII) nnd some puhlli spirited (III
reus have taken up tree planting with
n view In be.nulfvlni; the sitiets and
roads liejoud the Imrneill.iie vlclnlC
of their homis Trie planting how
evtr that will give atir.ntlvel,v shaded
mills In countr) dlstilcls has never
hi en fun.urded lu a m.inmr that enlists-
the attention and cooperation ot
nil pioperl) holders Apparently our
people require an Inientlve thai can
be llguied In doll.it s and cenls And In
tills respect the nil no better and nil
worse than the average citizen (liven
a priie of reduced taxes It would seem
leaonab1e to believe that Hawaii
would he js quick to take up tree plant
ing as I'ennslvanla or an) other
State or Tcrrltorj. The advantages
gained are certain!) worth the pries
which Penns)lvanla pioposes to pay.
I New York Woild I
London was greatly surprised voter-
da) when Sli Michael llltks-Ueach
followed Lord Sallsbura) Into retire
ment The nil result Is to greatl)
strength n Mr Chamberlain's powei
In the government Hlcks-lleai h was
a stout opponent of Chamberlain s new
colonial polic), and especially of Its
leading featuie an lnipcil.il tariff
union, with preferential duties In favor
of British and colonial pioduas Sails
bur), too. was against It llalfoui
who was no sooner named b) his uncle
for Prime Minister than he asked
Chamhei Iain's support anil wus cf
fuslvel) assuied of It. Is thiiefoie In
fened to be In aitord with the Colonial
Seen tar) 's program.
Il Is a short-sighted view which
spiaks of llalfom 's Pitmleishlp as if
it destro)ed or diminished Chambei
laln's chancts of eventual!) becoming
the niknovvledgeil chief of Ills party
and head of the Government
THE RELIGION OF THE FUTURC.
Ethical Woild J
s we Intel pret the signs of the
time men are qulitl) galhcilng theli
fiiniu f... .i mil, .1, ma rnn.ila.nma llinl
Is to herald a fnlth as muih larger and '
deener than Chrlstlanltv as that was
In lis turn greater than the Paganism
which It supplanted It will tarr) for
ward mm It of the old Just as Chrls
tianit) bonowed without stint from
Paganism. Hut It will not be Cluls
llanlty, beiausc II will Impl) a new at
titude, a new catholic all-embiuiln;
11 cognition of human exiellmce
Il will be based on a peiieptlon of
the human unll) undeil)lug all uieils
and taies It will have uo Jcaluuslts
and exiluslons In the Intticils of .1
spiclul intf rpretutlon of the woild, but
will be toleiant and hoidtabIe It will
nor worsnip 1 nrisi 11 win uonoi ami
rivue I II 111 Hi will be milved at 1
last into that gieat ilrde of human
hlotherhood thai large Lonimiinlon of I
saints and liague uf heroes not to I
eclipse thi leiser members of It but to'
give uddid liistir to them
It will honoi and
A MISFIT INSCRIPTION.
I London Truth J
I he Wtslminster Cazitte appears
pit used with .Mr Carnegie's uppioval"
of the Insulptlon of the monument to
Mr Pitt In the Clulldhnll "He lived
without ostentation, and he died poor '
If .Mr Carnegie knows nothing about
'.Mr. Pitt's private life the Westminster
Oaette ought surely to he better In
struct. .Mr. Pitt simp!) lit his af
fairs go to rack and ruin, and no man
ever lived whu was so frightfully lob
bed by his servants. He lefi debts to
the amount of about U 4 0 000. whlih
were paid by the country, and this as
8iiredl) wns not a creditable termina
tion of his career, considering that he
had no family, that during the greater
part of his life he was In reielpt ot
about L 10 000 a )eai in silarles, and
that he had the free use of two furnish
ed houses (Downing street and Walmei
Castle), besides many valuable per
qulsltis ODD WEDDING CUSTOMS.
(living wielding presents Is an old
iiistom, but it differs In various toiin
tilcs Scotland's penny weddings were
peculiar They were called penn) af
fairs, but the Invited guests conti Hint
ed a shilling and occasionally a half
erown, and out of this sum thus col
lected the expenses of tht wedding
fiast were paid Geimaii) has a pa)
wedding at which the bildt receives
her guests with a basin before her In
which each person entering deposits a
Jewel, a sliver spoon or n pint uf mon
iy In Bomo parts of Oermany tho
nile is that the expenses of the mar
riage feast shall be met l each guest
I pu)lng for what he cats or drinks The
prices paid for viands ami drinks are
high, und the )oung couple often iniiko
a handsome profit out of their wedding,
often realizing a sum cjulte sufficient
to start them in life Often as many as
200 guests are present at such a wed-dlntf
ARE TIRED OF FIGHTING
PROSPECTS FOR AMICABLE AR
RANGEMENTS IN NATIONAL
SERIES NEXT SEASON DE
NIAL NOT ACCEPTED.
Chicago, Aug. 12. The consolidation
of the National and American baseball
leagues Into a twelve-club circuit Is
well under way, a cording to a state
ment made to the Dall) News toda).
John T Biush, chairman of the execu
tive committee; .lames A Hart, presi
dent of the Chicago National League
club and A. 11 Soden, president ot the
Huston National League club, both
members of the executive committee.
sn)s the News have been In conference
In Boston for two or thiec da)s and
havo opened negotiations with the
I clubs of the Amerlian League toward
the ronxutldatlon of thne iwo organt
1 Acioidlng to this Informant plans
.have been laid for tome time and are
neat I) matured for the consolidation
of tlic-ic leagues Into what will bit
known hcienfter as either the Nation
nl-Amerlcnn or the American-National
League Soon aftei the close of the
I baseball season a conference of thI
'piesldcnts of the clubs of the two
leagues will be called h) Brush. League.
'Ufllcluls will be barred from the session,
mill- i ltlli tn.iinntea hi Ini iiilniltte.1
The proposition to end the war be
tween the organizations In an amica
ble manner will then be presented nnd
a vole taken to cast the clubs togeth
er In one organization.
A II Soden, president of the Boston
ball team, when asked toda) about tliu
propocd consolidation of the American
and National le.iguis, said there wad
iibiolutel) no truth In the report The
meeting of the National League In Bos
Ion )stcida) had no reference at all
to an) combination or consolidation
with the American Mr Soden could
not Imagine how such a report should
be sent out
T HAL 15
HARD til MCE
New itirk ii(. 1J The sn ond da)
of the Grand (In nil meeting at thn I
Brighton Beach track had an excellent
caul. The weather was bright and
tool, but a high wind prevented fast
time. The management announced,
that owing to The Abbot being lame
the $10,000 match bilwecn ire cx
ihamplon and Lord Derb) was dei lare 1
off In Its place on Thureda) I'llnu '
Aleit. 2-00-. and Anaionda . 01
will compete for n purse of J'lUO to
bent the woild's pacing iciord hi Id U) I
Star Polntei of 1 VJ4 With favoiubli) i
weathei. It looks as If both iihiii1 a i '
In dange.', us the tiuik Is last and th1
borsm are lu first-class londltlon Dau
Patch was bookid foi hatuimi)
I he Metiopolltan. J5000 for .' SO
puceis had a hot favorite In tin ba)
stallion Dirtil Hal, who has won
evel) race he has started In this sea
son Ihc Held was a strong one and
the hitting was wild heuv) and sen
sational lu the extreme one plungci
lii)lng $JU,()UU to $J2.-,00 In the pools
on the favmlte, who-e prlic was iiad)
at $100 to $".. .Miss Wlllamont drew
the pole, but as soon ns tin. word was
given, (liecnllne with a plindld burst
of speed, took the lt.nl and got tlu
pole, with i;iluone si 1 ond und thn
favoilie, who got tin worst of the stall
III the back stritih Uiie. 1 Hal tiled
to ail lo the front hut was Inteifeml
with h) Kldrione and n foul occurred.
(iieenllne led into the stretch, when
(leeis taiiiu with une of his well
known llnlshes and won b) half .1
lmgth lilderone was dlttanctd foi
the foul In the seiond hem the battle
was again between (Jiienllne and the
favoilti from stint to finish and In the
third the fnvoilte won easll) h) three
lengths Iiom Tertlmon Ureeullnc
hieaklug so badly on the top turn that
he was distant etl
London. Aug 12 While the lesults
of the colonial confeicme which ended
Nesttrday are generall) conrlderid sat-
lifactor) as far as the) go It must be
understood that theli enfoiLimtnt de
pends ultimately upon ac Hon b) the
lulonlal Legislatures and p) the Im
peilal mlnlBteis whose departments
Uiey cone 1 ill In addition to thi Aus
tiallan naval naval anamvemuus by
which the ustiallan tontilbutlons are
to he largel) Increased on condition
that ceitaln vessels he officered and
manned entirely by AUstiulaslans n
gtneral Increase In colonial naval sub
sidies was agieecl to The shtme alio
piovides that some eolonles shall allot
part of their local mllltai) forces m
Imperial defense In case of emergence
but Canada and Australia lontentecl
themselves with ngnelng to kt theli
local foi us In a 6tate of eftkleiic) ris
ing on volunteers in inte of Imperial
need, as was done In South Africa
The contribution of Cape Colon) to tin
Imperial navy was lived at $230 wO au
nunll) and Natal at JU0.000
The preferential tat Iff arrangemtn'
Is In a nebulous condition, dependlnc;
entliely on future arrangements be
tween the mother tommy and each In
dividual colon) the understanding be
Ing that suih airangemcnts would foi
low the general lines of the Canahdlan
The foregoing nrrangements do not
represent the unanimous opinion of thn
conference, hut each resolution was
adopted by a majority vote.
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
Slzcs and shapes adopted bv
the Society ot American Flop
Standard Pots from 7 Inch up
have Patent Excelsior Bottom,
which Insures Perfect Drainage.
A large Involco Just to hand
ex S S "Nevadan."
STANDARD FLOWER POTS
FERN DISH LINERS
SAUCERS, ETC., ETC.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, -:- HONOLULU
Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Co'y
FREDERICK A. BURNIIAM, President
Mutunl Reserve Building, - Itpondwnv, New York
Third Largest Mutual Legal Reserve Company In the
State of New York
STATE OF NEW YORK INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Albany, Arril nth ioxt
I IRANCtS HENDRICKS SurfflnttnJ-nto( Insurance Do Herf-by Certlf) 1that
thr Mutual Rrsertf I und Life Awl-itltn now Mutual Rpre Lll Insurance Com
rany of tfte Cit of New mk hat compile, with nil th rrqulremrnl"! law lu be
nt-s-mrJ by iKh .orrvrtiun on rrlncntTnratlon, anJ 111 It Is authorltrd to trnicl
tht buln'ol Life lnurnc at;rittieJlnthI irt ub Jivlion ol Section Seventy
1 Article II of the Insurance Law within this State anJ that such buslne ran rrr?'l
tY entrusteJ tu it
In Witness lierrof I hae hereunto ubvrlheJ n name auj cauei
is j m Oftttlal Seal to be alnxej In Jufticate at the Clr ot Albn on
on the J anJ ear first abu. written
SuperinlenJent of tnuran e
TOTAL ASSETS $5,790,400.73
NET SURPLUS 166,885.18
DEATH CLAIMS PAID, over $50,000,000 00
FRANK L. WINTER,
Ocnunil Auunt Turrltor iilllnuiill, niltl'OHI'HI.
L1DKHM. TUItMS J1AUK WITH IICLIAUlK AND KNi:RQi:r
rtaiatoga N V , Aug. 10 America
tieal racing da) was followed b) a
night of fcvei Ish gambling at the tlub
housed, lohn A Drake, a )Oung Chi
ingo millionaire, put down tvvent)
$11)00 bills at the start for a staik m
chips at 50 each, and lost. Then ho
Invest! d another $10,000 In chips and
began anew This time the house won
$"i'0 before tho tide turned Drakewaid
With link beaming upon him, Diak
fouid tin pla), aud shortly befoiL
midnight cashed In t 12,000 worth of
Ivor) In the couisc of his pla) Diuke
bit $"'00 n enid.
Ovu In the ('lib ago Club John W
dates plunged As usual, he bet $1000
to niMrt" and. after losing heavll),
stung the house for $17,000. IMdle
lluiki who pla)ed at Iho tunic table.
Icisl J.'c'JOO, while Kolc 1'taisall lliilshed
$7000 lu the bad.
In the Saiutoga Club Coincllus W.
Piuvo't who Is a Hguie In Wall stmt.
und who tame to spend Sunda). began
thiowlng $1000 bills at the rouldte
win 1 1 lu ten minutes he stopped and
laslicd $"000. Tho majorlt), howivei
kfl their bank rolls behind them The)
s.i) tonight that Harr) Pa) no Whlt
ni) has contributed $14,000 to Can
field's war chest Young Whitney lobl
this sum nl one sitting lu the Saratoga
llub and, after seeing the lasl of his
hoi j chips disappear, aiose,, and
)awi. g, remarked "Well, I'll get It
back another time "
LOVE VS. CROWN.
New Yoik. Aug 11 A cubit lo thn
Sun from Pails sa)s 'ibu .Matin
whbb pi luted a slot) )estcrdu) lo th
clftit that the (iciinan Ciowu Prime
had had a 'violent Intel view with bU
father, lu which ho expressed 11 desliu
lu lenouuce IiU lauK and glvu up hW
claim 10 the throne to marl) for love,
su)s toda) Hint .Miss Gladys Deacon,
luughlei of the late Udward P.irkir
Llcucon, Is tho object of the )oung
Prince s affection 'I he papei adds that
.Miss Deacon told Prlutc Piedcilck
William that she would nevei consent
to a 11.01 fanatic alliance, and It he
desired to marry her a full lellglous
incl lib-cl ceremony would bo necessui).
Three ca)s aftei .Miss Deacon's avow
ul the Crown Prince gave heie a ilug
which he had sworn to give to no 0110
txcept his wife It being a piesent ho
hud revived from his grandmothei, tho
latt llmpicfs Frederick,
Tht re art 27f,0bG names In the new
tit) illrector) of Boston, an Incieano
of 4 72J uver tho number last )uai.
Surprisingly, the John Sulllvnns tins
your oiitniimboi Ihc John Smiths time
to one but there are no Indlcutl'j-js
that the Smiths nic In danger ol e
Rudolph Aronsou of New Yoik, who
leceutly gavu tho Sultan of Mororeti
his first ltsson on tho piano, has been
piesented by tils royal pupil with -a
magnificent Moorish sword, handsome
ly Jewelled and of great value.
Chicago, 11g11st 12 Bachelors a o
miiriil ili-generateH l'loin them ema
nate most of the Kin and shame of tho
world. The) aio lacking In meutul
und ph)Hlrnl poise. The lite of no In
dividual is complete unless he or sho
havo a life companion uf the iippo-titd
Here In 11 nutshell Is the toudumna
Hon pitinountcd upon tho unniuui-d
individual b Dr V. Ilenjauiln An
drews, ihunii-lloi of the I'nlverslty jf
Nebraska, In 11 lecture b.forc the 'u
dents of the Unlverslt) of Cliltugii u
da). The bathclor men In the anclloisi '
listened und IcyiKcd foolish, tht bnc li
rlor gills gasped In embairassiueiit.
and the man led folk picseut siul'ecl
nppiuviil while Hit hiuud 01 the ii 1
elite dot ten was being applied
"Piovlili'iuo liitendi'd that men ind
women should mail) ' continued tho
speukei ' Individuals who do nit
to! in legal tics with tin opposite sux
will ftu 111 llkgal tiui-s The wiiild does
not want that kind of ties The gnat
men and women of tho world the
ones whose lives weiu h) nimcllkal
and whilst woiks weiu best for postei
It) huve been mairled."
. , ,
New Voik, August 12 Elliott V
Sluipaiil, giaililHon of W. II Vaudi
hilt, bus been sued fui uhsolutii ill
voice To avoid the publifit) of open
c unit, (lie taso will he heurd b) a lef
eieu Shepaid married Mis. Esthei
Potler, tho illumed wife of a Long Is!
and sklppei. In 1897 No member id
the Shepiird or Vandeibllt fanilll-s
was pit-sent at the wedding. Young
Shepaid had 110 moiie) In his own
light He left Yale In Ills lieshuiun
)tni owing to 1111 escapade with sdihh
Mis Potter as "Essie" Wlgglnr.
daughter til (iutei Wiyglns had lliv
honoi ol being one of the Hist gills of
(iteeiipoil Long Island lo lido a hit)
tyle Young Sheparcl met .Mis Pot
lei in Pliihidelphlu and at plates lu
tills ill), wlieio she lived Aftei their
murilagi the) went to Puils llcptnta
reached thin itiitntiy that the young
man had tiled the liquor business tp 1
then the butiMug business lu that 1 itv
wiiiiout sue teas.
Mis. Elliott 1'. Shepaid, mother uf
the defendant, went to Euiopc icceut
I) About the same time tho summons
unci complaint nero served on )oting
Shepaid li) tounsil foi Mis Esthoi
English Is inoie and more taking the
Illicit.' of I'leiuh ns Iho lunguago of
IliibHliiii couit i Ireles Tho Czarini
speaks EugliHli tciiistantly, unci tho
Cai nisei likes to expicss himself !u
the name tiiiiguo,
The soil of thn luigei pait of Mai.
t Inula and .Muugulla is of a sedimtu
tary liumatliin Tho wluteiH 1110 veiy
cold In .Mauthiilu, the gioiind bclig
liozen to the depth of seveial feet.
In souio Now i Zealand towns then
are more women voteis than men.
and Trust Co.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
President Cecil Brown
Vice President... M. P. Robinson
Cashier W. G. Cooper
Office: Corner Fort and King Sti.
SAVINGS DEPOSITS received anJ
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
tho rato of 4 12 per cent per annum.
Hulcs and regulations furnished up
BISHOP & CO
R.tubllhed In 1808.
Transact business in rll departments
Collections carefully attended to.
exchange bought and sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letter
of Credit Issued on The Bank of Call
fornla and N. M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents The Dink of Call
fornla, Commercial Danklng Co. of
Sydnty. Ltd., Landon.
Drafts and cable transfers on China
and Japan through the Hongkong i
Shanghai Banking corporation ancf
Chartered Bank of India. Australia and
miercii auowea on term aeDosits ai
the followlngratea per annum. tIi:
HAUAM WbbI hk.I a m I t h-b bbkS
Three months, at a per cent
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgagee.
V-iage estates (real and personal)
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills. Bands, eta.
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Prl
Book examined and reported on.
Statements of Affalra prepared.
Trustees on Bankrunt or Insolvent
OFFICE, .924 DCTHEL eTMEET.
Deposits received and Interest a)
wed at 4 1-2 per cent per aunum, li
accordance wltji Rules and Regula
tions, copies of whlci. may be obtains
FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office. 824 Bethel 8treet
Claua tpreckela. W01, Q. Irwlr
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : J. H.
an Francisco Aoenta The Ne '
.sua national uank ot Ban Francisco
an Francisco Tke Nevada N
tlonal BanJc of Saa rr&nclsco.
London The Union Bank ot Loa
New York-American Exchange Ns
Chicago Merchants' National Bank
Parla Credit Lyonnals.
erlln Dresdner Bank.
Hongkontj and Yokohama Hone
kon;-8nanghal Banking Corporation,
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
o Y.l,elor.1? "nd Vancouver Bank 01
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made it
approved aecurlty. Commercial and
Traveler!' Credit! Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sola.
Collections Promptly Accounted For
Pioneer Bailding and Loan
ASSET8, JUNE 8t, 1801, 80,04J?
Moaey loaned on approvea security
A Bavlng Bank tor monthly deposlti
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of sinet 1. ..
OFFICERS J. r. UM... T...i
rlAnt? A A nrn.- l '...
C. D. Grar T J. . . ""TA
DlRECTOnS J. L. McLean. A
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck. J. A. Lyl
Jr., J. M. Little, ii. S. Boyd.
A. V. QEATt,
Offlce noun: ii:30 1:30 p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed. Capita,.... Ten I4.000.00C
Re.al. :;.. Yven WdZ
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA.
"?.!-? ?f Cred.t,8ani,?;,aen'.?cr,Vt:
general banking business
On Fixed Per cent
Depo'lt. Per annum
For 12 months 4
For t months ji
For 3 month f
Branch ot the Yokohama Specie Bank
New Republic Bid., 11, King Stree
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE DEUCE YOU SAY
Conic In anil play
PING PONG TWO TABLES
HOHOUIU BOWLIHG PARLDRI Z JZ ?!":.
n,. ,.t ,., ., . iK'.TSfiS.'a.'ia.'ss.
twenty pages. 11 a year.
Agent, Brokers and Jobber.
W. G. Irwin & Co,
Western Sugar Iteflnery Company ol
San Francisro. .
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. 8. A. .
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), Now York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering. 1
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE! fy.
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P.& B. Paints nod
1'apers; i,ucui auu uiubcvu vim,
raw and boiled.
1 Indurine (a cold-water paint), In wblto
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime acd
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
I The Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
.The Kobala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
1 The Fulton Iro vVo ki, SL Louis, Mo,
ine standard itiuo
tv, n l- m.i. , -...., n,,-.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
r-The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
II. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander., Second Vice Pree.
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
SUldt FSCtOfS fflft
WMou -viviij uuu
AGENTS fur Hawaiian Commercial A
Sugar Co., Hulku Sugar Co- Pala Plan
tation 'Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co.. Hawaiian Sugar Cc,
Kahulul Railroad Cc,
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manoger
Claua Spreckels Vice President
w M Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.... Trcas. and Sec.
ueo. J. lloss Audllot
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
VI IT llrrotiti,7rr,
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN.
8URANCE CO. OF B08TON.
,RtTN F'"- INSURANCE COM-
1 pany of HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Quetn Street, Hunolulu, Tt H.
I Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Oekalu
Sugar Plant Co., Onomea Sugar Co,
.luuuuju ougar cc, vvauuku Sugar Co,-
' XX"S?SX t5.Slr
LIST OF OFFirrns-
1 "" ?- Si, ?'!"?
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Alien, Auuitor; I, c. Jones, H. 'Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO.,
are now offering tho famous-
I "Lion Brand"
at such low prices that you cannot af-
'" tno PPr'i"ty go. They
Brt' ho 100' n1"1 ,,le prleo a0 cmfort-
nbIe tllat tlluy 8eem maie ,or -
Stock on Hand Standard, Domes
tic, National, Seamstress, New Home,,
Household, Expert and Vlndex.
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